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Virginia nabs ACC victories

[caption id="attachment_48236" align="alignleft" width="261" caption="Senior outside hitter Simone Asque sparked two Cavalier comebacks during the first and third sets of Friday night's matchup against Boston College to propel her squad to a 3-0 sweep of the Eagles.

Squad comes up empty-handed

[caption id="attachment_47907" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Freshman right side hitter Tori Janowski registered a team-high 12 kills and 10 digs during the her squad's 3-1 loss against the Blue Devils Friday night.

Team falls 3-0 against Hurricanes, Seminoles

While avoiding the Charlottesville snow in Florida, the Virginia volleyball team nevertheless slipped in its two weekend matches against Miami and Florida State. Friday against the Hurricanes (19-3, 10-3 ACC), the Cavaliers (8-15, 2-11 ACC) failed to reach 20 points in any set and were swept 3-0 in Coral Gables.

Squad travels to Florida

After dropping two home contests 1-3 to Clemson and Georgia Tech, the Virginia volleyball team begins a four-match road trip starting this weekend against ACC foes Miami and No.

Virginia drops weekend pair

[caption id="attachment_47259" align="alignleft" width="259" caption="Sophomore Emily Rottman moved from libero to outside hitter during the team's two matches and finished with 12 total kills.

Squad splits road tilts

[caption id="attachment_46950" align="alignleft" width="273" caption="In front of 10,195 Tar Heel fans, freshman libero Sydney Shelton contrbiuted a season-high 17 digs Friday before adding 15 more against the Wolfpack a day later.

Virginia ventures south

After collecting its first win of the regular season during Fall Break, the Virginia volleyball team hits the road this weekend to face off against conference foes North Carolina and N.C.

Maes taps into hotbed of talent

If ever you find yourself perusing the Virginia volleyball roster, you may feel compelled to do a double take and wonder whether or not the Virginia athletic department staff made a mistake. One would quickly realize that more players hail from California - some 2,000 miles away from Charlottesville - than call Virginia their home state. During the past several seasons, the Golden State has produced more Virginia volleyballers than any other state east of the Grand Canyon, and Californians now compose nearly half of third-year coach Lee Maes' three recruiting classes. "California is one of the premier states that has a huge, huge area for talented volleyball players," Maes explained.

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